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  • This recipe is actually a Kraft foods recipe that I found a few years back and altered
  • I love the ease of a crock pot but hate how so many recipes for it taste the same and this one does not taste like it came out of the crock


    • by duckfan
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      This recipe is actually a Kraft foods recipe that I found a few years back and altered. I love the ease of a crock pot but hate how so many recipes for it taste the same and this one does not taste like it came out of the crock. The only down side to this recipe is you have a funny shaped lasagne and mine always looks really messy on the plate and not like

      a pie wedge.

      Ingredients:

      1 lb. Ground beef 1 jar (26 oz.) spaghetti sauce (note the quality of the sauce makes a big difference in the taste of the meal, you may substitute home made sauce for canned) 1 container (15 oz.) Ricotta cheese (you may substitute cottage cheese) 1/4 cup grated parmesan cheese (use either the fresh or bottled type) 1 pkg. (7 oz.) Shredded Mozzarella Cheese, divided 1 Egg 2 Tbsp. chopped fresh parsley ...


      • or 1 tsp dried (you may also use 2 tbsp italian seasoning in place of the oregano and Parsley) 1 tsp dried oregano 6 Lasagna noodles, uncooked ( buy regular noodles, not the no cook ones) 1/4 cup sour cream.

        Directions:

        Brown the meat in a skillet, drain, the stir in your spaghetti sauce. Mix the ricotta 1 1/2 cups mozarella, 2 Tbsp of parmesan, the egg and your spices.

        Layer 1 cup meat sauce into your crock,

        add 1 layer of noodles and cover with a level of the cheese mix. Then add 1 layer of noodles and use 1/2 of your sour cream, then layer with meat, then the cheese. Continue until you run out of everything, cover and cook on low for 4 to 6 hours or high for 8 hours. Just before you are ready to eat, remove the lid and and cover with remaining mozarella and sprinkle parmesan on top, when it melts it is ready to eat.




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